“I’m gay, get over it. It’s a great life.”
Democratic lawmakers are renewing their calls to pass legislation that would add LGBT protections to the state’s hate crimes law. Move comes after a gay couple was brutally beaten in Philadelphia this month.
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On the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, people across the country paid respects to those who were lost.
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging the state police had practiced gender discrimination in their hiring practices since 2003.
Update: A man accused of fatally shooting his case worker and firing at his doctor, who returned fire, has been charged with murder.
With results from county election officials indicating more votes for his write-in challenger, state Rep. Mike Fleck lost the GOP nomination for the seat, but said he’ll run as a Democrat in the November general election.
One of the state’s two out gay lawmakers said his political future is uncertain after what he described as a “vicious” and “personal” campaign against him.
“We didn’t think I’d make it to May. That sounds morbid, but…”
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced July 11, 2013, she would not defend the state’s ban on legal marriage for same-sex couples in court. Her decision is an impeachable offense, according to a Republican lawmaker pushing to remove her from office.
At least 20 people have been injured, seven of them with “life- threatening” wounds, during a stabbing at Franklin Regional High School, and 16-year-old Alex Hribal — a student at Franklin — is now in custody as a suspect.
Here’s an x-ray of a guy from Pennsylvania that nearly decapitated himself in a tree-trimming accident, but amazingly survived.
Multiple crashes along the Pennsylvania turnpike Friday created a massive back-up for hours. Several injured motorists were transported to local hospitals.
The Animal Rescue League of Berks County, P.A., has a program called “Book Buddies” where children volunteer to read to sheltered cats. And it just might be too cute for the internet to handle. Via Reddit.
Amber Martin’s friends made sure she had the prom night she dreamed of.
There’s sounds of footsteps, knocking and screaming sometimes, but it’s “nothing serious,” the owners posted.
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Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia went out of business in 1971, but some say the spirits of its former prisoners stuck around. Here’s what it’s like to visit.
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The Patriot-News panned the Gettysburg Address in an editorial in 1863. On Thursday, it finally issued a retraction.
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Since July, 174 marriage licenses have been issued to same-sex couples. But according to the judge, such actions violate the state marriage law. Update: NOM responds, asks governor to invalidate licenses.
John Hugya hopes to win back the Pennsylvania House seat of a Democratic legend.
Western Pennsylvania can be a pretty weird place.
“He’s been raised by the federal government his entire life and he wants to implement his socialist programs and that’s all he knows.”
Another adorable win for Pennsylvania’s same-sex couples.
Pittsburgh was once described as Hell with the lid off. Well, whoever said that was an idiot.
Kessler said he doesn’t regret anything he posted on YouTube.